Thursday, July 5, 2018

Quilted Into a Corner

 I ran into a serious roadblock with Daddio's Thangles quilt.


 I had free motioned big flowers in the center of the blocks but had no idea where to go from there. I bought some stencils I thought would help but they didn't.


 Yesterday I decided just to do what I know what to do best and call it a day.  Loop de loops around the sashing is pretty much all I know how to do so that's what I did. This thing is so busy you can't really see the stitching anyway.



 The Saltwater mini quilt is still in production. I've got to make a pile of these crazy looking things and then some even crazier looking things.



 Here are the latest Dear Jane blocks. The glue pen makes a world of difference.


This is the last little bit of the sashing that needs quilting. Now I have to figure out the border. I think one of those stencils I just bought just might do the trick. At least I hope so. I'm tired of making so many decisions. This quilting stuff is making my head hurt.

6 comments:

  1. Your blocks are beautiful!

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  2. Looking good on every front! I like the newest Jane blocks!

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  3. You amaze me. YOU TRULY do! Your Daddio diaper change story had Fireman and I Laughing our butts off

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  4. Wonderful progress on your various projects. The Dear Jane blocks are stunning.

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  5. Those look very hard!
    Is the glue pen for using instead of pins?

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  6. Mom and I have had very similar conundrums when deciding on quilting patterns - sometimes, it's just best to keep it simple!

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